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|Title:||Introduction to stone in historic buildings: characterization and performance|
Winter, Mike G.
Walton, Nick R. G.
Entwisle, David Christopher
Bromhead, Edward Nicholas
Smith, Jonathan W. N.
|Keywords:||Stone buildings -- Maintenance and repair|
Building stones -- Deterioration
Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration
Weathering of buildings
|Publisher:||Geological Society of London|
|Citation:||Cassar, J., Winter, M.G., Marker, B.R., Walton, N.R.G., Entwisle, D. C., Bromhead, E.N., & Smith, J.W.N. (2014). Introduction to stone in historic buildings: characterization and performance. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 391, 1-5.|
|Abstract:||Interest in natural building stone, especially as used in historic buildings, is significant. This is demonstrated by the large number of publications that annually appear on stone, its properties, use, behavior and treatment, and in the conferences on these subjects that are held in all parts of the world. Besides such conferences, numerous other publications on stone and stone buildings regularly find their way into the public domain. Not least amongst these are a number of Geological Society Special Publications.|
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